A PING innovation called Straight Flight Technology makes you extremely straight with your fairway woods. This visible technology rotates the club face to a more square impact position, which provides straighter shots. Like the PING Driver K15, the Ping K15 fairway wood features Straight Flight Technology (SF Tec), which offers maximum forgiveness, while being versatile enough to play from the fairway or light rough. This design positions the center of gravity back to produce high launch and low spin. Extra weight is concentrated in the sole, near the heel, making it easier to square the clubface for straighter shots.
The PING K15 hybrids are part of the fers K15/hybrid set. Ping still has a heck of a lot of inventory to work through, and people are currently snapping up a lot of the old Rapture Series at bargain ba*****t prices. Weight saved from the titanium face is allocated to the sole and perimeter to achieve more accuracy and higher ball flights. The Ping K15 Hybrid is available in 3H, 4H, 5H and 6H. The clubs as wholesale golf equipment are classed as 'game improver' and I would defy anybody not to improve their game using them.
Today, I will check out a new ping golf, that is Ping K15. Let's quit wasting time and take a look! As the newest series in Ping's SGI stable, it set out with a very defined agenda: get the shot back on line and in play.
One big factor in achieving this is their Straight Flight Technology, which locates approximately 10% of the head's mass back and in to the heel, which promotes a square face at impact. The weight in the SF Tec pads comes from the weight savings achieved by utilizing a thinner crown. The end result is an optimal, low and deep CoG and higher MOI.